Out of Hell 7 February 2013

They didn't get to make their own news
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1. Mattia Ventura has created a laptop case that uses new materials to achieve a level of protection "never before seen in a case this light and stylish". The Kickstarter page is located here.

2. gamesGRABR, a new social network for gamers and gaming culture, is now live for open beta testing. gamesGRABR aims to provide consumers with a fun new way to discover, play, download and buy games from a wide range of platforms. Individuals can start discovering and GRABing content and games instantly by signing up for a free account at www.gamesgrabr.com. Android and iOS apps are due to launch soon and will feature a bar code scanner so that users can scan in their boxed products and automatically upload the image to their games collections on gamesGRABR. Click here for details.

3. Spicy Horse Games announced that Akaneiro: Demon Hunters reached its funding goal on Kickstarter over the last weekend. The $204,680 pledged means that the Spicy Horse team can speed development time and devote more resources to features like co-op gameplay, crafting, Linux support, and the iOS and Android versions of this action RPG.

4. This week, Amazon has revealed Amazon Coins, a new virtual currency for purchasing apps, games and in-app items on Kindle Fire. When Amazon Coins launches in the U.S. this May, Amazon will give customers tens of millions of dollars' worth of free Amazon Coins to spend on developersí apps on Kindle Fire in the Amazon Appstore. Amazon will also make it quick and easy for customers to buy additional Amazon Coins using their Amazon accounts.

5. Psyonix has announced that Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars is now available for $2.99 in the United States via Playstation Network. This price drop is now effective in the United States and is coming soon to Europe.

6. 16 Bit Arena is now on sale early on Indievania ($7.99) and Indiecity ($8.99) - the game is other stores and you can support the Steam release by visiting this page. 16 Bit Arena features turn-based multiplayer battles up to 9v9 with old school graphics. You can enter battle as a Warrior, Mage, Rogue, or Healer of either gender, and use a card to transform into any of 16 characters, combining their stats and abilties with your class's.